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big brother 14 - jodi rollins

Jodi Rollins


Jodi Rollins entered the Big Brother 14 house with high hopes, but left nearly as quick as she entered.   Under the new format, former houseguests were selected as coaches to pick a team.  Jodi was picked last overall and ended up on Dan’s team with Kara and Danielle.

The first night in the house, teams were already told they had to do a challenge.  The winning team would include the HoH, and the losing team would have to send someone home.  Dan’s team made a decent comeback, but eventually fell short and Jodi was the odd woman out when it came to the girl next door and a playboy model.  It was sad that she did not spend more time in the house, but luck was clearly not on her side this summer

Voting History

Week 1 – Did not vote


Name: Jodi Rollins
Age: 42
Hometown: Englewood, Colo. (living in Calipatria, Calif.)
Occupation: Restaurant Server
Three adjectives that describe you: Funny, outdoorsy and opinionated.
Favorite Activities: Hiking, talking, writing, singing and laughing!
Most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: The lack of privacy, missing my family, getting no sleep and eating slop would all be hard for me.
Strategy for winning “Big Brother:” I will let people underestimate me.
Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most or least:  I loved Brittney from Season 2. She was sweet and funny with an edge!
What are you afraid of: Snakes and roller coasters.
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of: Running the LA marathon twice and marrying my hubby.
Finish this sentence: My life’s motto is… Live in the moment!!
What would you take into the house and why: A picture of my hubby, my iPod, a pen and a notepad.
What would you do if “Big Brother” made you famous: I would try to stay grounded.


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  2. For the last 10 seasons in a row, the winner of Big Brother USA has been White. As a White man, this is fine by me. In fact, in this day and age of anti-White political correctness, this 10 season White winning streak proves that Big Brother USA really is an honest competition and not rigged.

  3. yeah! last pick really sucks poor her…….but she really was slow and sucky at the competition. Dan the prick just wanted a couple of females he can carry around on his shoulders and manipulate whenever he felt like, he couldn’t carry this bad ass + size woman he’s to much of a wimp!! I would run a marathon with her on my shoulder….hell yeah!! My trophy would be Kara at the finish line.

  4. She didn’t have a fair shot at this game. The coaches all got a free ride for part of the game, because the producers wanted to keep the coaches on for as long as they could for ratings…meanwhile, the newbies are being evicted one by one and then the coaches are now houseguests again, with bigger advantages than the newbies playing the game for the first time. Where is the fairness in that? What’s the point of people even trying out for the first time for BB when they have to put up with this kind of BS? I really wished Jodi would have had a fair chance, and then of all things, she gets evicted by the decision of 1 man…her coach…who only took her by default!!…and we all know why he didn’t pick Danielle or Kara! Every other eviction has been by houseguest vote, except for Jodi. How is that fair BB??? We’re almost at finale and I’m still irritated about that.

    1. I think Dan picked Jodi to go because she was married and older and prolly wiser and couldn’t be as easily manipulated like Kara and Danielle to do his bidding. Has nothing to do with her skin being black. She sucked at the challenge, and he did get her by default anyway.

    1. why must it always be about a ‘race’ thing. someone had to be voted off and she was the weakest. Regardless of race, a choice was made based on performance at that time. And based on some feeds at the time, she pissed a few off with an attitude right off the bat.

  5. Hate to pull out the “race card”, but me and my group will not be watching any more…..it was bad enuf to only have 1 black, but to get voted off before the show really began…..goodbye BB

    1. First of all I am a black woman ; I don’t believe bb dropped the race card. Jodi did not have the skills in the comp she was the weakest on the and needed to go. Good luck IAN!

    2. Race Card?…Marcelos and Danielle went very far in the game In Big Brother.Marcelos was hosting live chats after Big brother Season was over and doing alot of things.America loved him.Cbs brings the cast in with hopes of them doing what they have to do ,to make it in the BBH..Not all people do. We see it all the time.Jodi didnt have it. So she got evicted.

    3. *shaking my head* I wasn’t going to comment, but I can’t help myself. The whole world does not need to revolve around “race”! That is where racism starts. The color of a persons skin does not matter. White, black, hispanic, Indian … It is merely the color of the skin! However, it is comments and attitudes like this that MAKE race an issue. It’s your attitude, not your race or color of your skin or heritage, that is the issue. She was female, should I be mad a woman went first? A white chick went second, should I be offended? No, Jodi did terrible in the challenge and had already ticked people off in the house before the challenge even began, that is why she was voted off. Just because she was black does not entitle her. If it’s equality you want, then think of yourself and your fellow black people as equals!!! No offense meant here, just sayin. And to Jodi, if you read this, you played your heart out and have nothing to be ashamed of. Someone had to go and you were the unlucky one.

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